In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the NCAA extended its suspension of in-person recruiting through at least May 31. This action is just one of the many taken by the NCAA and other organizations in the sports community as they navigate this uncertain time:
- NCAA suspends in-person recruiting through May 31st
- Extra year of eligibility available to spring sports
- College campuses are closed or closing, including camps
- Signing period has been paused and all sports will sign April 15 – August 1st
Right now, it’s more challenging than ever to keep your recruiting process on track. Without in-person recruiting, student-athletes and college coaches are adjusting to a recruiting process that is now 100% digital.
To help student-athletes manage their recruiting, we’ve created a recruiting guide for all college-bound athletes to guide you through the next few weeks. Whether you’re looking for guidance on how to train and stay active without a sports season, need to work on your time-management skills as you transition to virtual learning or are trying to establish a healthy and positive mentality during this time, check out our tips for managing your athletic recruiting process below.
You can also visit NCSA’s website to learn more about NCAA dead periods and how to stay on track athletically and academically during this time.